Monday, November 28, 2011

Free Printed Book with Kindle Book Purchase : Gluten-Free Dessert Recipes Kindle Promo Event

Free Printed Gluten-Free Recipes Book
with Kindle-book Purchase


Sorry, but this event is now over. All Print-Edition Books are sold. But, we have now made many of our high-quality gluten-free recipes available for free online (link). And, we have also since stopped selling the Kindle version, as we prefer to simply offer our recipes online, at our website, for all to view.  Thank you for your support!

We thank everyone that has supported us over the past few years since we first created, published, and brought to market our Gluten-Free & Wheat-Free Gourmet Desserts Recipes book.  We had even since released a Kindle (e-Book) version of our printed book as we were no longer planning to produce, inventory, and sell further print versions of this full-color, high-quality cookbook as of 2012, once our initial first-edition (a few thousand copies) were sold. We have since made the further decision to move our recipes online as time permits, making them available on the book's website. 


Gluten-Free & Wheat-Free Gourmet Desserts Cookbook
by Mike Eberhart (gluten-free-desserts.com)

Thank you to everyone that made the print version such a great success and the Kindle version a popular and top-rated (5.0 out of 5.0 stars possible) alternative to print! 

The Promotional Sale & Offer Results

We greatly appreciate your feedback and comments about our cookbook!  Our 100% 5-out-of-5-Star Rating on Amazon absolutely thrilled us!  Having a 5-star rated gluten-free recipes book is all I could have ever wished for when I first started writing this, and when my wife first started creating and baking so many of the recipes.  

Thank you!

Friday, November 04, 2011

Canada goes Gluten-Free

Are Canadians Going Gluten-Free en masse?


Gluten-Free Cookbooks Sales to Canada suggest so...

I actually have no idea how many Canadians are migrating to a Gluten-Free diet, but I found it rather interesting (statistically) how every single gluten-free dessert recipes printed book I sold this week was bound for Canada. That is very unusual!

A typical week of cookbook sales is comprised of between 80% and 90% domestic (i.e., USA destination) sales.  And, Canada has historically made up perhaps 40-50% of our international recipe book sales. As such, a typical week would have only 5-10% of all printed cookbooks going to Canada. So, it just struck me as a completely bizarre week to have every single gluten-free book order (not counting the Amazon Kindle version) be shipped to Canada.

Just a strange observation I felt like sharing.  Perhaps equally strange is how there were no USA orders for the week, which is also highly unusual.  Maybe Americans were too busy with Halloween or otherwise freaked about about recent stock-market volatility or something, but whatever the reason(s), Canadians were obviously unaffected by similar thinking :)

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